Article published in:Subordination in Native South American Languages
Edited by Rik van Gijn, Katharina Haude and Pieter Muysken
[Typological Studies in Language 97] 2011
► pp. 267–280
Participial clauses in Tarma Quechua
This article discusses a clause-subordinating strategy attested in a Quechua variety spoken in central Peru. A particular type of adverbial clause is headed by a verb containing an affix that normally marks a participle, whereas no case marker is involved. The function and use of such a clause is reminiscent of the absolute construction found in classic Indo-European languages.
Published online: 29 April 2011
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